My reflected image abstract of a (real) tree in Ocean City, Maryland was my early surprise best-seller for 2021. Entitled "Assawoman Reflections" - the image was created from a tree on the shore of the Assawoman Bay - photographed at sunset.
sprague river, oregon ... 48.51% of oregon is forest according to a 2016 survey. The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) manages about 821,000 acres of forest land in the state, on six large State Forests and some other scattered lands. Founded in 1859, Oregon is known for its wild west past, its quirky present-day traditions, and its many natural marvels (including the world's largest living organism). Hells Canyon is the deepest river gorge in the United States. At 1949 feet deep, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. The Oregon state flag has a beaver on the back. ... The University of Oregon mascot is the Ducks. ... Oregon has the most ghost towns of any state. prints available. see more at www.footeprintart.com
This was our first trip to Cape Cod, MA and it happened to coincide with a full moon. I almost gave up due to the cloud bank, but as I was leaving gave it one last look and saw the moon starting to appear. So I set up and was able to capture this with the clouds creating a mystical, ethereal look to it.
Spring in Owens Valley, Eastern Sierra, California - Wildflowers and Mount Tom
Clusters of wildflowers (Creosote Bush, Larrea tridentate) in morning light, with a backdrop of snow-covered Mount Tom, Sierra-Nevada Mountain Range, viewed from Owens Valley, California. Mount Tom is the tallest peak. The peak to the left of it is Basin Mountain.
“Sierra Aspens in Autumn” - A new addition to my Autumn collection
A strand of Aspen trees in early autumn changing colors. Eastern Sierra-Nevada Mountain Range, California. I liked the range of subdued colors, from green, to yellow, to orange, to almost red. Captured in soft early morning light.
This is dawn’s first light illuminating the Alabama Hills National Scenic Area in California. This location is known to be among the most spectacular spots for sunrises in the country, as illustrated by this capture - the colors are not exaggerated.
A Northern Pintail Couple (Anas acuta), in breeding plumage, Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, Huntington Beach, California. The female (right) is half submerged in water looking for crustaceans and fish, while the male (left) just came up for air.